Cunningham Falls State Park
Lower Trail--red blaze (one half mile) This easy to moderate
trail is the shortest and easiest access to the Falls. Interpretive
signs and benches along the way. Return to the lake by this trail or
Cliff Trail--yellow blaze (3/4 mile) Rough terrain offers
strenuous hiking past rock outcrops that lead to the Falls. Return to
the lake by this trail or Lower Trail.
Campground Trail--orange blaze (3/4 mile) This strenuous trail
gives campers access to the Cliff Trail.
Old Misery Trail--orange blaze (2 miles) This steep, strenuous
trail with many switchbacks and scenic views connects with the Cat
Cat Rock/Bob's Hill--yellow blaze (7.5 miles) This strenuous
trail crosses the mountain and passes two scenic rock outcrops with
Cat Rock Trail--yellow blaze (1.5 miles) This steep, strenuous
trail leads to Cat Rock (elevation 1560') and scenic views.
Bob's Hill Trail--yellow (1.5 miles) This steep, strenuous
trail leads to Bob's Hill (elevation 1765') and two short spur trails
with views north and south.
Catoctin Furnace Trail--No blaze (1/4 mile) A self-guided trail
which leads to Catoctin Furnace. Crosses U.S. 15 via elevated foot
path (46 steps up the stairway).
Catoctin Trail--blue blaze (27 miles) This strenuous trail
leads from Gambrill State Park through Frederick City Watershed,
Cunningham Falls and Catoctin Mountain Park. Nine miles of trail are
in Cunningham Falls. Camping permitted only in designated campgrounds.
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